Stardate: 4/24

Okay, it is a little melodramatic since I don’t have a starship Enterprise but I want to use this opportunity to explain the meaning of 4/24, which I am sure some of you know already, and to dangle my feet a little. (more on that in a moment.) I know some of this is going to sound a bit outlandish, but I am basing this on a lifetime of service to my country, research and yes, some intestinal discernment, you know, gut instinct. Since these are my personal feelings on the matter it is a lot like dreaming you are walking naked in front of everyone you know. And, you know me, I am always one to avoid controversy. Continue reading

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Menagerie

In French menage is another word for a household or a group of people living together as a unit for mutual benefit. I know you guys know what a menage a trois is, so I won’t go there. But menagerie, contrary to the dictionary, is a collection of things that are not necessarily related but grouped together. And that is what this article is about. Continue reading

The Art and Science of Caching

I used the terms art and science because a cache is often misunderstood and often as not, mispronounced. The word cache comes from French and is pronounced “kash” or “cash” just like the word for the Federal Reserve Notes in your wallet. Literally, a cache is something of value hidden for later use or retrieval. In the world of the survivor or prepper it has a deeper meaning. Sorry about the pun. Continue reading

Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of taking up Arms July 6, 1775

(My friends, brothers and sisters of liberty, the time is growing short. First, Congress voted for the National Defense Authorization Act without ammendment. Now, their latest Obamination, uh, abomination, is the Enemy Expatriation Act. This will strip any American of his or her citizenship if found guilty of acts of “terrorism” or violence against the government. But, this is nothing new to the children of LIBERTY and FREEDOM here in America. Please read the following discourse on the justification for taking up arms. Continue reading

A Personal Note On The American Dream

Dear Friends, I want to speak on a personal level right now. I studied economics at the Univerisity of California in the early 1970’s, but I am not an economist. The information that I give is not that of an economist. Continue reading